Research in Statistical Science is based on a blend of project-based research groups, multidisciplinary collaborations and individual research programmes. The department's methodological research is organised into six areas:
This theme has a research programme that encompasses both applied health research and the development and evaluation of statistical methods.
This theme is concerned with advancing the theory, methodology, algorithmic development and application of simulation based approaches, such as Markov Chain Monte Carlo, to statistical inference.
This theme has a research program that encompasses a range of theoretical, methodological and applied problems encountered in financial risk, insurance, economics and finance.
The research carried out under this theme covers foundational and theoretical aspects of probability and inferential statistics, and generic statistical methodology.
This theme has a research programme that encompasses both the theoretical and methodological problems encountered when analysing multivariate and high dimensional data.
This theme covers the development of generic stochastic models and the investigation of their properties, as well as modelling and inference for applications in a range of physical and biological sciences.
Much of this work is interdisciplinary and involves collaborations within and outside UCL.
- List of researchers in Statistical Science
- List of current PhD students
- Our mission statement for research (PDF)
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